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Boston University: Graduate School in Public Health (425120)

Boston University: Graduate School in Public Health

Interested in an MPH? What about a degree in population health research, biostatistics, epidemiology, or global health? Attend this session to learn more about the booming field of public health and how a degree from Boston University can set you up to make the impact you hope for in the world.
***The Knowlton Center does not endorse or support missing class for this event. If you would like to attend but will need to miss a class to do so, please speak with your faculty member prior to registration to obtain approval. ***

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INROADS Program Webinar Information Session: Summer 2020 Internships for First-Years, Sophomores and Juniors (432931)

INROADS Program Webinar Information Session: Summer 2020 Internships for First-Years, Sophomores and Juniors

Please join Angela Karanja, National Director, Talent Management and Head of STEM Initiatives from INROADS, Inc. next Tuesday, January 28th at 7:30PM EST to learn more about INROADS Program. All students are welcomed to attend the webinar in Burton Morgan 205.
Anyone unable to join the webinar in Burton Morgan 205, but would like to join remotely, feel free to reach out to Gabriela Hopler at hoplerg@denison.edu for the webinar link.
Light snacks and beverages will be provided.
PROGRAM
INROADS seeks high performing students for internship opportunities with some of the nation’s largest companies. This program is ideal for first-year, sophomore and junior students who consider themselves unrepresented- first-gen, low-income/high financial need, racial/ethnic minorities-- anyone without a "network." There are 1,200 INROADS internships available to students nationally, typically in large metropolitan areas across the United States.
Students from ANY major are welcome to apply, and internships include a variety of functional roles in business and STEM settings
To learn more about INROADS and other programs follow this link -> https://inroads.org/
APPLICATION DEADLINE
INROADS accepts applications year-round, however for priority consideration, we recommend college undergraduates submit their online internship application by March 31st.
To learn more about the application process, please visit this link: https://inroads.org/internships/apply/
QUALIFICATIONS
*Attending Regionally Accredited Colleges/Universities
*Full-Time Undergraduate College Student with at least 1 summer or 27 credit hours remaining before graduating college
*Cumulative Grade Point Average of 3.0 or higher. First Semester College Freshman apply with a 0.0
*Major or Career Interest in Business, Finance, Accounting, Economics, Engineering (STEM), Software Engineering, Supply Chain Management, Computer Science/MIS, Healthcare, Retail *Management and Liberal Arts
ABOUT INROADS
INROADS is the nation’s largest non-profit source of paid internships for diverse, high performing, undergraduate students. Companies that value diversity as an essential component of good business partner with INROADS to develop diverse managerial talent to fuel their businesses both today, as well as, in the future. As a talent-focused organization, the mission of INROADS is to develop and place talented underserved youth in business and industry and prepare them for corporate and community leadership.
INROADS creates unique, one-on-one relationships with each Intern to foster an environment that allows for a great fit with its various corporate partners. By providing the skills, relationships, and network needed transforms leaders – not only for corporate environments, but for their communities and the world at large.
To learn more about INROADS and follow them on LinkedIn follow this link ->
https://www.linkedin.com/company/inroads/people/
Videos to learn more about the program:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-gO-3y48giI
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gg7mt5hK2YA

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CareerFest 2020 (412423)

CareerFest 2020

CareerFest is one of Ohio's largest career fairs designed specifically for students attending any of OFIC’s member colleges and universities that are interested in internships and full-time opportunities. Students and alumni are admitted at no cost.
Student registration is open! Select join event to be taken to registration and sign up for transportation. A van will be leaving at 11:15 am. Plan to be at the event for 2 hours returning to campus at 3 pm. During registration, you will be asked if you are driving with us or if you are driving yourself. If you are planning on attending this event, you must also turn in the waiver form that has been attached prior to the event date. We will not be able to take you on the van with us without this form completed.
Turn in your completed form to either David Snider or Gabriela Hopler in Burton Morgan 205.
If you are unable to attend or need to make changes after registering, please email career@denison.edu.
Be sure to check out the attached resources to help you prepare. This is a great opportunity to not only look for opportunities but to practice your skills.
***The Knowlton Center does not endorse or support missing class for this event. If you would like to attend but will need to miss a class to do so, please speak with your faculty member prior to registration to obtain approval. ***

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Exploring YOU in Year TWO: Sophomore Career Planning Conference (406122)

Exploring YOU in Year TWO: Sophomore Career Planning Conference

Are you trying to figure out your plans for this summer? Are you unsure about what you want to do after graduation? Do you have questions about how to plan for internships, jobs and/or graduate school? If so, this conference is for you! It has been designed to help you gain confidence in your career direction, reduce stress around career planning and give you time to create a career action plan.
You will take the time to explore what you are interested in and learn how to prepare yourself for your post-Denison life. A number of Denison alumni will share about different career paths, answer questions and discuss how their careers have evolved. Hear from current juniors and seniors about their summer planning process, what they learned and how their experiences aided their career planning. You will attend breakout sessions and leave Saturday excited about career possibilities and ready to activate your individualized career plan. Details below, dress is business casual and attendance is required for BOTH days.
When: Friday, January, 31st 6:00 pm -8:00 pm, Knobel Hall
Dinner, keynote address, upper-class student panel
Keynote Speaker: Betsy Fisher '10, Director of Strategy, International Refugee Assistance Project
Betsy Fisher is the Director of Strategy at the International Refugee Assistance Project. She is an attorney and supervises IRAP’s Policy, Communications, and Intake and Legal Information teams. In this role, she coordinates IRAP’s efforts to improve and expand global refugee resettlement and other pathways to safety for the world’s most vulnerable refugees. She has appeared on the Rachel Maddow Show, MSNBC News, NPR's All Things Considered, and in many other news outlets.
She previously served as IRAP’s Jordan attorney and intake coordinator based in Amman, Jordan. Betsy received a J.D., magna cum laude, from the University of Michigan Law School, an M.A. in Middle Eastern and North African Studies from the University of Michigan Rackham Graduate School, and a B.A., magna cum laude, in Political Science and Arabic from Denison University.
At Denison, Betsy's activities included volunteering through DCA at Legal Aid and the Pinekirk nursing home; studying abroad in Amman, Jordan; and participating in Denison's Moot Court team.

Saturday, February 1st, 9:00 am- 3:00 pm
Breakfast with President Weinberg, followed by concurrent conference sessions such as a Strengths Assessment, Designing Your Summer, Considering and Preparing for Grad School, and Pick Three- a session designed to help you narrow your career focus.
Lunch with alumni and learn from Julie Wilson '93, about Backstage Pass: Sophomore Leadership Program hosted by Cardinal Health.
After lunch, you will have the opportunity for small group discussions with alumni from various career fields.
You will leave the conference with an individualized plan for your career exploration journey.
After registering you will be directed to an external form to be filled out.
If registration is closed, please email Kati, beark@denison.edu, to be added to the waitlist. We will notify you if a position comes open.

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Urban Teachers Information Table (430112)

Urban Teachers Information Table

Madison Reiser from Urban Teachers will be at a table in Slayter Hall to answer questions about Urban Teachers and talk upcoming application deadlines with the organization.

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Southern Teachers Agency Information Session (432377)

Southern Teachers Agency Information Session

Southern Teachers Agency will be on campus Wednesday, February 5. From 12pm - 1pm in Burton Morgan, STA will be hosting an information session so you can learn more about the organization and teaching opportunities.
STA will also be holding preliminary interviews on Feb. 5. Go to this Handshake link and apply if you would like to be considered: https://denison.joinhandshake.com/jobs/3470083

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Kendal at Granville, Artist in Residence Information Session (420147)

Kendal at Granville, Artist in Residence Information Session

Hear about the Artist-in-Residence summer experience for Kendal at Granville, a Denison exclusive position. Apply for the internship on Handshake here: https://denison.joinhandshake.com/jobs/3363215
About the Organization:
Kendal at Granville is a retirement community for active adults from all over the United States who now live on our campus in apartments, cottages or villas. Additional care is provided on site when their health status changes, including assisted living, rehabilitation and skilled nursing care. Our mission is to build community with values that respect and enrich the physical, mental, social and spiritual well-being of those whom we serve. Motto: Together, transforming the experience of aging.
Job Summary:
The DU AIR will create arts enrichment opportunities for KAG residents during the summer months in this senior living community located less than 3 miles from the Denison University campus. In exchange, the DU AIR will receive room and board on our beautiful 93 acre property, and enjoy intergenerational experiences amongst some very interesting and talented retirees.
The duration of the internship will be 8 to 12 weeks (negotiated), with an expectation of approximately 20 hours a week. Start date is flexible.
Lodging will consist of a two bedroom, two bath apartment or cottage the DU AIR may share with another DU AIR. Lunch and dinner is provided each day at no charge to the DU AIR.
DU AIR may apply for a Knowlton Center stipend through the Denison Internship Program (DIP).
Please visit denison.edu/campus/career/denison-internship-program for instructions on applying for a stipend.

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Lunch-N-Learn: Exploring Social Work (432395)

Lunch-N-Learn: Exploring Social Work

Social work employment is projected to grow 16% by 2026, much faster than the average for all other occupations. As a national leader in social work education and research, Case Western Reserve University's Master of Social Work prepares graduates who are eminently prepared to effect social change from the start. Our alumni are employed by schools, hospitals, governments, nonprofits and NGOs, financial service companies and micro-lenders, and even professional sports teams. Attend this Lunch-N-Learn to explore the profession and graduate degree options!
***The Knowlton Center does not endorse or support missing class for this event. If you would like to attend but will need to miss a class to do so, please speak with your faculty member prior to registration to obtain approval. ***

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University of Virginia Graduate Programs Information Session (432344)

University of Virginia Graduate Programs Information Session

The McIntire School of Commerce at the University of Virginia is a consistently top-ranked business school due to the world-class programs it offers at the graduate and certificate levels.
Please join us Monday, 2/17 in Burton Morgan 205 at:
5.30 pm to learn more about the M.S. in Commerce, a 10-month master’s in management designed to prepare recent liberal arts, science, and engineering graduates for careers in business.
6:30 pm to learn more about the M.S. in Global Commerce is a 10-month dual master's in global strategic management for economics and business majors where students study in the U.S., China and Spain.

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OSU Medical School: Advice on getting in (432415)

OSU Medical School: Advice on getting in

Interested in The Ohio State University College of Medicine? Julie Brim, Director of the Office of Admissions at OSU's College of Medicine, will be on campus giving you an insider's view to their program and admission process. Hear about common mistakes they see in applications, the advice they wish they could give every pre-med student, and how exactly they evaluate applicants. Don't miss the opportunity to learn directly from the source!

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Ohio Bioscience Career Fair (419626)

Ohio Bioscience Career Fair

In support of Ohio's growing bioscience companies, BioOhio is pleased to host the Ohio Bioscience Career Fairs, featuring top employers in the biotech, pharmaceutical, R&D, and medical device industries.
BioOhio career fairs have helped match growing companies with candidates in the following areas:
Clinical/Medical Research
Bioinformatics/Biostatistics
Biomed Engineering
QA/QC/Regulatory/Compliance
Manufacturing
Microbiology
Project/Study Management
Toxicology/Pharmacology
Biochemistry
Marketing/Sales
For more information visit https://www.bioohio.com/events/career-fairs/
The Knowlton Center will not be providing transportation for this event. Please email career@denison.edu with any concerns.
***The Knowlton Center does not endorse or support missing class for this event. If you would like to attend but will need to miss a class to do so, please speak with your faculty member prior to registration to obtain approval. ***

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Mock MCAT Practice Test (432420)

Mock MCAT Practice Test

The MCAT can be one of the most stress-producing factors in the medical school application process. How can you ensure you do well? PRACTICE! This practice exam will be provided for free utilizing the AAMC's new Practice Test 3. That's right, this is an opportunity to take a full-length, scored, MCAT practice test for FREE!
*Limited space available. Seniors and Juniors have priority. If you are an interested Sophomore, email Sara Stasko at staskos@denison.edu

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JPMorgan Chase Sophomore Edge Event (413212)

JPMorgan Chase Sophomore Edge Event

Sophomore Edge provides an immersive training experience into the world of banking for historically underrepresented segments in the
field of financial services, specifically Black, Hispanic and Native American sophomore students.
What we offer
Through a series of in-person events and virtual sessions, talented students will be exposed to the finance industry and different career paths.
You'll have the option to choose from three distinct career tracks at JPMorgan Chase:
• Banking & Markets
• Corporate Strategy & General Management
• Software Engineering
Each track will hold a two-day conference at a JPMorgan Chase U.S. location where you'll learn how to navigate corporate environments and excel in our
application process, preparing you to apply for 2021 summer internships. All majors are welcome.
When’s the event?
March 11 - April 2, 2020 (will vary by track)
The virtual series will launch after each event.
Learn more & register:
jpmorganchase.com/SophomoreEdge
Registration deadline:
January 26, 2020 at 11:59PM EST

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GRE: Strategies for Success (432623)

GRE: Strategies for Success

The GRE is a key part of the graduate school application. Attend this session to learn important information on content to expect, create a study plan, and understand how your score factors into the admissions process.
***The Knowlton Center does not endorse or support missing class for this event. If you would like to attend but will need to miss a class to do so, please speak with your faculty member prior to registration to obtain approval. ***

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So you want to be a therapist? (432387)

So you want to be a therapist?

The purpose of this panel is to provide an overview of the various educational pathways available for working with clients. Representatives from psychology, counseling, social work and more will be present to discuss their professions.

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What can I do with a Psychology degree? (432349)

What can I do with a Psychology degree?

Students who major or minor in Psychology have knowledge and skills that can take them in a variety of career directions. Attend this panel to hear from young alumni who work in industries like education, business, and more.

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